Farah Khan and Rohit Shetty’s collaboration film has become the talk of the town. Earlier it was reported that they are making a reprised version of Bollywood classic cult, ‘Satte Pe Satta’, and later came the reports of Hrithik Roshan bagging the leading role in the film. Now, we have got our hands on the latest gossip of the same. Hrithik who was last seen in the film ‘War’, has stepped out of Farah-Rohit’s film tentatively titled, ‘Seven’, for a very valid reason.
Hrithik Roshan, who was in talks for the film, has not liked the first draft of the film. And he has asked for a fresh version of the script. Even after that he decided to step out of the project, states the latest report on Bollywood Hungama.
A source close to the development has informed the online portal, “An announcement on the movie (which is tentatively titled Seven) was to appear this week with Hrithik Roshan as the lead. Apparently, the team along with Farah and her writers went to give a narration to Hrithik last week but he didn’t like it. He told the team to re-write some parts again and return with a fresh narrative. Earlier, it had been reported that Rohit and Farah were keen to make the remake of the 1982 Satte Pe Satta, directed by Romu N Sippy but the deal with Rajesh Vasani (who owned the remake rights), fell through. There were two hitches which came with that– Rohit, Farah and the team could not use the title Satte Pe Satta and the character of Babu, which has been created by original writers of Satte Pe Satta, Satish Bhatnagar, Kader Khan and Jyoti Swaroop.”
In the original film, Amitabh Bachchan was seen portraying the double role in the film. As per the report, Hrithik felt the issue with the script due to its double role. However, we are waiting for the official announcements on the same from Hrithik and the maker’s end.
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